The magical home of Father Christmas, Lapland is the perfect place in which to awaken on 25 December. Spending Christmas in Lapland, deep inside the Arctic Circle, will provide you and your family with special memories that will be treasured forever. Imagine your children waking up over Christmas and pulling back the curtains to reveal a winter wonderland of snow-decked Christmas trees. With Lapland’s glistening treetops and snow-covered landscape, an idyllic white Christmas is guaranteed. Everybody dreams of a white Christmas and we have a few special departures to Lapland, leaving on 23 December, where you can have a white Christmas like no other. The festivities and activities included in our spectacular four-night break will ensure that it is truly the most magical time of the year.
- Return flights with hot meals on board
- Four nights full-board accommodation
- Private family meeting with Santa
- Small gift for children from Santa
- Husky experience
- Snowmobile adventure
- Reindeer sleigh ride
- Christmas dinner
- Loan of thermal suits and boots
- Time to spend with your family in the snow
- Santa's Wishlist
- Airport and resort transfers
- All taxes and government air passenger duty
What we love
- It's the Christmas trip of your child's dreams
- There could be no better place to wake up on Christmas Day
- Meeting the real Father Christmas and the reindeer sleigh ride
- The winter activities that are included in the price
Your Christmas in Lapland will be filled with activities to keep your children enthralled throughout this very special time of year, not least setting out in search of the grand old man himself. Imagine an unforgettable encounter with Santa Claus in his secret cabin, deep in the heart of snowy Lapland. A land of snowmobile safaris, husky trips, reindeer sleigh rides, and endless fun in the snow awaits for you and your family - as well as the magical search for Santa and, on the big day itself, a special Christmas Dinner. Travel through indigenous Sàmi landscapes on a thrilling snowmobile safari and be enchanted by the enthusiasm of the husky dogs that take you on an unforgettable sledging adventure through the Arctic wilderness. Journey by reindeer drawn sleigh through sparkling, snow sprinkled forests to Santa’s hideaway cabin - a private family encounter with Father Christmas will surely be an indelible memory for years to come. A delicious Christmas dinner is included, whilst time abounds for fun in the snow.
Optional Excursions & Extras
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the hotel ratings and are they suitable for everyone?
There is no official rating for the properties in Finland and therefore you will not find any within our brochure. We have listed all the facilities available within each property to help guide your selection. Where additional beds are provided, these may be sofa or portable beds. Please note that if accommodation units are filled to their maximum occupancy they may be cramped and storage can be minimal. The operation and supervision of overseas property, transport and other services is subject to local laws, regulations, standards and codes of practice of individual countries. The legal and safety requirements may be of a different standard to that in the UK and the standards imposed will be that of the country you are visiting, not of the UK.
How much snow will there be?
Snow falls in Lapland between October and May and it is common to find thick snow cover in November and December. However, it is also possible that there may be a period of warmer weather, especially given the effects of global warming, which may cause the snow and ice to melt before the next snowfall.
What other information will I find useful?
Take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions of our website as that will tell you all you need to know. Or, contact one of our knowledgeable Travel Specialists.